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June 2018

Summer Music Series: Hampden R&B

Join us for the 2018 Summer Music Series - sponsored by Bangor Savings Bank! Concerts are typically each Wednesday from 7-8pm on the lawn in front of the Atrium. Concerts will be moved inside in case of rain.

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Jazz Night with Swingmatism

June 21 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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An event every month that begins at 6:00pm on day Third of the month, repeating until June 21, 2018

Monthly Jazz Night with SWINGMATISM featuring: Jay Bregman, Saxophone Dan Barrett, Trombone Bob Roman, Bass David Clarke, Guitar Lincoln Blake, Keyboard Mike Bennett, Drums

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Jazz Night with Swingmatism

Monthly Jazz Night with SWINGMATISM featuring: Jay Bregman, Saxophone Dan Barrett, Trombone Bob Roman, Bass David Clarke, Guitar Lincoln Blake, Keyboard Mike Bennett, Drums

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Summer Music Series: October Gold

GENRE: ACOUSTIC ALTERNATIVE/FOLK October Gold, an acoustic alt-folk duo based out of Montreal, is the latest collaboration of singer/songwriter Kit Soden and his partner in music (and life), violinist Aliza Thibodeau. This marriage of Soden's folksy roots and Thibodeau's classical sensibilities has created a unique sound that has been described as "painting your imagination with song." Join us for the 2018 Summer Music Series - sponsored by Bangor Savings Bank! Concerts are typically each Wednesday from 7-8pm on the lawn…

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July 2018

Summer Music Series: The Silver Duo

This concert is indoors in the Lecture Hall. GENRE: CELLO & PIANO DUO Noreen Silver was born in Glasgow, Scotland. Her musical studies were nurtured in a family that appreciated artistic endeavor, and intellectual achievement. After studying at the Royal College of Music in London, Noreen spent a year in Geneva, Switzerland, studying with the great cellist Pierre Fournier. Later, a Rotary International Fellowship enabled her to study at the New England Conservatory, where she met her husband, pianist Phillip…

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Summer Music Series: Andy & Judy Daigel

GENRE: FOLK New England natives Andy & Judy Daigle have been singing together since 2009. They began writing songs in 2011. Today, this talented folk duo performs regularly at coffeehouses, festivals, libraries, and stages where they have been featured artists, openers and headliners blending their growing list of original songs with popular folk covers. They tour through New England, the Mid-Atlantic, Midwest and Great Lakes Regions and have been featured on popular folk music radio programs. Their third album, Follow…

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Summer Music Series: Retro Rockerz

GENRE: ROCK AND ROLL They're fun, they're fabulous, they're...sixty-somethings! The RetroRockerz play the great good-time music of the 50's, 60's, and 70's - the Rolling Stones, Beatles, Creedence Clearwater Revival...It's a great time for everybody. Check out the song list, photos, and music. Join us for the 2018 Summer Music Series - sponsored by Bangor Savings Bank! Concerts are typically each Wednesday from 7-8pm on the lawn in front of the Atrium.

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August 2018

Summer Music Series: Jonee Earthquake Band

GENRE: ROCK The jonee earthquake band plays a variety of surf instrumentals, rock-a-billy, and Jonee's own tongue-in-cheek compositions. Join us for the 2018 Summer Music Series - sponsored by Bangor Savings Bank! Concerts are typically each Wednesday from 7-8pm on the lawn in front of the Atrium.

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Summer Music Series: Panstorm

Genre: Steel Drums Join us for the 2018 Summer Music Series - sponsored by Bangor Savings Bank! Concerts are typically each Wednesday from 7-8pm on the lawn in front of the Atrium.

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Summer Music Series: Teen Battle of the Bands

If you’ve got musical talent, we’re looking for you! The Bangor Public Library is holding its first-ever Battle of the Bands! Performers may be a solo artist or a band. The Library is looking for all varieties of music. Cover songs, original songs or both are welcome. This competition is open to Middle and High School students in the greater Bangor area. Winning band/artist must be able to perform a one-hour show for our Summer Music Series. If you are…

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Summer Music Series: Six Basin Street

GENRE: FEMALE DIXIELAND Six Basin Street is an all-women Dixieland Band formed in 1991 and playing in Maine since 1992. Our main goals are to have fun and share the joy of music, as well as share our skills and improve ensemble playing. The band's name come from a tune in our original playlist, "Basin Street Blues," which has remained a favorite through the years. Join us for the 2018 Summer Music Series - sponsored by Bangor Savings Bank! Concerts…

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Summer Music Series: Acousticks

GENRE: CLASSICAL/RENAISSANCE RECORDERS Acousticks Recorder Consort are performers of Medieval and Renaissance period music with a repertoire highlighting early musical traditions and later composers including Teleman, Pachelbel and others. Join us for the 2018 Summer Music Series - sponsored by Bangor Savings Bank! Concerts are typically each Wednesday from 7-8pm on the lawn in front of the Atrium.

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Summer Music Series: Battle of the Bands Winner

Summer Reading Program Finale - Battle of the Bands! If you’ve got musical talent, we’re looking for you! The Bangor Public Library is holding its first-ever Battle of the Bands! Performers may be a solo artist or a band. The Library is looking for all varieties of music. Cover songs, original songs or both are welcome. This competition is open to Middle and High School students in the greater Bangor area. Winning band/artist must be able to perform a one-hour…

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September 2018

Let’s Talk About It: “Murder at the Nightwood Bar”

September 11 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Refreshing the Whodunit: moving beyond Christie and Doyle: This Let’s Talk About It series provides new and experienced mystery and detective fans with an opportunity for in depth conversation about how this genre has incorporated the contemporary world’s globalism; dilemmas of race, gender, ethnicity and class; religious conflict; historical revision; and others. The program is free but registration is recommended to make sure participants have a copy of the book. Books are here now! Contact Candis Joyce in the Bangor…

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